React to Darkman with Liam Neeson
I'm having some Mental Ray flashbacks now.
waiting for gordon ramsay to watch this video
Wow the bat in Contagion was so realistic. It freaks me out how realistic it looks
Have you guys seen the tv show dinosaurs from 1991?
I started reading Brandon Sanderson because of Wrens suggestion for Mistborn.
Will love to see you react to the pagemaster with macaulay culkin ! i saw it a lot when i was a kid
The fire look .. Color is the hardest part... Annnddd "Its still not quite there... " Uhhh, a cgi team picking an animation apart isn't too realistic.... Plus its magical fire coming from a fire gods hands, making a man eating fire dragon
Sure, it's good for the algorithm, but i press "L" on every single video of yours so i don't get spoiled.
best book ever. I agree. Please read the way of kings
You guys should have a look at the final scene from raised by wolves. Excellent CG the whole way through and then that last scene looks janky AF
Hey can you react to ted and ted 2. The vfx are good
I hope you see this but can you do a animal reaction one yet of animal vids could be funny or stupid but if you do can you add this vid is i find it cringy but funny hrdown.info/block/video/qaOIqJKBd5uWp5Y
For old-timey special effects - how about the asteroid rolling down the tunnel in The Black Hole?
Hey! Watch some Red Dwarf (British Sci-fi sitcom) in the next one, some really (deliberately?) bad practical effects in there
react to "1941" the battle on Hollywood Blvd.
Thanks to Corridor, I now watch every movie looking for "janky" scenes. Like watching Little Things recently. It's a movie set in the 90s and I was looking at the wide shot highway scenes and watching the shadows of the vehicles to see if I could spot the CG stuff.
God's vs Titans fight - Immortals
That guy knows his swords
flight of the navigator
Sweet home on Netflix!
You want janky? MICHAEL JACKSON'S MOONWALKER
You should react to The Last Starfighter! Some great effects in that film; special & practical even. In the scene where his "clone" is in the process of turning into him. So gnarly! And of course all the great 80s space stuff. It was apparently one of the first films to heavily use computer graphics for its special effects & it definitely shows! But it adds great character to the film itself.
Y'all can check out The Rocketeer from 1991.
I can't believe this is episode 40 already
How did you guys not even mention the fleshy hand at the end of a robot arm on 2014 Robocop?
Would be cool to do cgi/stunt react on the original Mortal Kombat movies because they are... interesting.
So happy to be here for the 40th episode. Been here since the 1st. Plan to be here for the 100th
Please do small soldiers 🤩
You guys should do snowpiercer
what does niko and sam have around their necks?
Dont do that 11:11 shit. Thats a shit thing to do to get people on your site.
American Werewolf In London has some neat old-school practical effects for the transformation, and then for the sequel they switched to 3D animation and it looks way goofier
you want ancient CGI effects? how about the TV series Sliders? man that show has some pretty ancient CGI effects indeed, specially the portal effects changing from season to season, and some quite interesting early 3D Dinosaur CGI as well.
Back to the future visual effects
the frozen bullet almost looks like they shot smoke pellets in a similarly lit setting and composited it in, using some vfx to blend the two together. it looks phenomenal
How good is that book series!
I glad you made this video, Linus is an Annoying Ass! By contrast, all of you guys rock!,
The fuckin bat??! A BAT?!
React to the train fight scenes in Skyfall and Spectre! See how the stunts evolved across the two films
So you need to check out crazy samurai 400 vs 1. Came out last year. Run time is 92 minutes and it was apparently shot in one take without stopping. Unless you already talked about it and I missed it. Looks badass.
King Arthur legends of the Sword has some really cool shots. Both the growing up scene and the fight scene!
I just realized that among us is literally just a spinoff of trouble in terrorist town
Have they done little shop of horrors? The plant puppets where awesome
For the next episode, I highly recommend Jackie Chan's 2004 film New Police Story it has a lot of amazing and back breaking stunts.
Did not see the Cosmere plug coming. Bridge running rated R when?
The sad subscribe faces! 😂😂
Where can I get that flux capacitor sweatshirt?!
You should react to Galaxy Quest.
Yes yes I've listened to the stormlight archives on audible it's sooo good
I have had audible since wren mentioned mistborn and I only recently discovered that there are more than 3 books
It's probably more stunts than SFX but the British TV show London's Burning has some great fire scenes and stunts. Please check out.
You should have talked about how made GORO ?in my non educated knowledge; it is so bad...!!!
Robocop is a satire not to he taken seriously. So the janky movement fits perfectly.
would you rent that house after seeing this film.. not sure if this is good advertisment for the rental place? ;)
PLEASE REACT ON MOVIE. ............. [ KRISH - 3 ]
You're about 10 years late on Way of Kings. Brandon Sanderson is amazing though
Could you guys make a rated r movie rated g like a horror movie?
Also could you react to the 1995 mortal combat movie
I love the miniatures ed209 stuff can we get a full react episode to just miniatures?? Miniature Makers react?? Theres a short film called slice of life from 2019 that used a ton of miniatures to recreate the look from blade runner!!
I honestly thought they used Arnold Rendering for the bat instead of Mental Ray
Wren! Please make a video on Brandon Sandersons ‘Mistborn’ physics!
Have they covered Cloverfield???
The 1976 version of King Kong was the equivalent of a $100 million movie today. The SFX crew had the giant gorilla arms flip off Dino de Larentis and they got stuck and it took a week to fix. Great suit work from Rick Baker.
90s movies. Lost in Space and Death Becomes Her.
Pls react to 2.o movie A Kollywood movie
I love Nick videos <3
Not CGI but watch "One Cut Of The Dead" for some great special effects.....and they show how they did them. Great film as well, stick with it.
Wren's bat impression was pretty spot on
Batman is disgusting if he move like that Wren
You guys should definitely take a look at Stargate from 1994. Many of the special effects were practical but they are very impressive even by today’s standards.
Every time I watch these vlogs, more and more I want to meet Nick.
The TMNT movies are def worth a look
90s movie? Fire in the Sky. That movie messed me up as a kid. So many great effects though.
Further evidence Disney isnt doing well with SW.
The Alien movies. A lot to unpack there. The comparison from practical to CG, the really bad CG alien from the third episode (1993) to the quite decent one in the fourth (1997) the Ripley vs Queen Alien fight, the juicy anecdotes on the tricks they used in the first one to compensate for their lack of budget (like putting kids in small astronaut suits to make the environments look bigger). I'd say there's even too much to talk about for a single episode.
I would love to see you guys react to the volcano eruption scene at the end of the 1967 James Bond film “You Only Live Twice”. I couldn’t find an exact clip on HRdown but they show a quick clip of it at the end of this video hrdown.info/block/video/0H6PndB5n66afdk
Love the vfx reacts 👍🤘